Inkoel MMC “Bakı Ekspo” Sərgi Mərkəzində keçirilən 25-ci Yubiley Beynəlxalq Xəzər Neft və Qaz Sərgisində öz stendi ilə təmsil olunub. Sərgi çərçivəsində ziyarətçilər şirkətimizin müasir avtomatika həlləri və Azərbaycanda yeganə inteqratoru olduğumuz “Endress+Hauser” şirkətinin yeni nəzarət ölçü cihazları ilə yaxından tanış olmuş və sərgi iştirakçıları olan şirkətlərlə və digər şirkət nümayəndələri ilə bir sıra görüşlər keçirmişdir. Həmçinin İnkoel MMC-nin sərgidə nümayiş etdirdiyi avtomatlaşdırılmış “Demo Unit” adlandırdığımız kiçik istehsalat prosesi və müasir avtomatika avadanlıqları ilə təhciz olunmuş idarəetmə paneli sərgi ziyarətçiləri tərəfindən böyük maraqla qarşılanmışdır.
Endress+Hauser has invested more than 10.4 million euros in a new, state-of-the-art production facility at its location in Nesselwang, Germany. The 4,800-square-meter building contains new production and office space, in addition to technology and common rooms. With the expansion, the Endress+Hauser Group is making further investments in sustainable growth.
Rockwell Automation Inc. chairman and CEO Blake Moret on Friday talked about bringing manufacturing back to Milwaukee, impact of federal tariffs and why the company rejected an unsolicited bid recently as part of the Milwaukee Business Journal's Power Breakfast. Check out the attached slideshow to see photos from the popular event.
The biggest news of the event was Moret's surprise announcement that Rockwell would be bringing manufacturing back to its sprawling headquarters in Milwaukee's Walker's Point area. The initial reincarnation will only add about a dozen jobs, but Moret believes the manufacturing line, which will produce electrical contactors, will restore some of the original character the facility had when he first arrived at the company in the 1980s.
"When I joined the company in the mid-'80s, one of the big attractions to me was that it was a running factory," he said. "That building, in addition to all of the leadership, we actually made stuff in that building."
nnual event showcases new innovations in automation and offers technical education opportunities
MILWAUKEE--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Registration is now open for the 2018 Automation Fair, hosted by Rockwell Automation and members of its global PartnerNetwork program. The 27th annual Automation Fair will be held Nov. 12-15 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. The event brings together approximately 10,000 manufacturers and producers from across the globe to learn about the newest innovations in automation and take part in training, industry forums and networking events.
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Automation Fair will feature more than 150 exhibits showcasing the latest product innovations for industrial manufacturing and production. Hosted by Rockwell Automation and members of its PartnerNetwork, the event offers more than 400 hours of educational opportunities through forums, hands-on labs and technical sessions. (Photo: Business Wire)
“The next industrial transformation is here – and meeting its demands requires a more intelligent, connected and productive world,” said Blake Moret, chairman and CEO, Rockwell Automation. “Rockwell Automation is committed to delivering innovative solutions to help companies address their toughest production challenges. Automation Fair will deliver comprehensive learning, innovative technologies and forward-thinking solutions to help customers realize the potential of a Connected Enterprise.”
Automation Fair Show Floor
On Nov. 14 and 15, attendees can explore more than 150 exhibits showcasing the latest product innovations for industrial manufacturing and production from Rockwell Automation and its PartnerNetwork members. The event provides more than 400 hours of educational opportunities through forums, hands-on labs and technical sessions.
Although most people think that we, millennials, don’t pay too much attention to our careers (because, let’s be real, some younger people change jobs more frequently than their socks), I took a very long time to decide where I should start my career. Because why get a job when what you really want is to begin a career?
When I was searching for graduate sales positions, I had a list in my head of what I wanted any prospective employer to offer. This list included an open and friendly workplace, where everyone – regardless of background, gender or nationality – has multiple career paths, extensive training and with mentoring and the opportunity to work in a global environment.
I knew that I was not the only one making these demands. Employers have so many choices and I hoped that my engineering apprenticeship would make me stand out. I already had a deep insight in manufacturing environments, which strengthened my inner desire to get to know other production operations.
The process industries often deal with large quantities of flammable, explosive and hazardous chemicals, and they have a long history of incidents resulting in lost lives, lasting injuries and environmental as well as property damage.
Safety instrumentation is not exclusively an instrument and control engineering subject. Successful implementation of an SIS project depends on knowledge of other disciplines, as well as a well-defined safety management system within the company. Without proper support structures and a good understanding by all involved in defining safety requirements, safety instrumentation on its own will be unlikely to deliver the levels of safety expected of it.
The digitalization and interconnection of all operational processes offers enormous potential for cost savings and optimization in the process industry. At Endress+Hauser, our goal is to work together with our customers and technology partners to unlock new opportunities for adding value.